Red Clay

Recommended for masks for acne-prone, dry, mature, sensitive skin with dilated capillaries and skin prone to allergies.

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Ingredients: montmorillonite (100% pure red clay).
Country of origin: France.

Red clay is a 100% natural product extracted from the French regions in the form of hard stones, dried, processed and ground. It is very rich in silicon, iron, manganese, potassium and titanium.

Suitable for dry and mature skin, and at the same time for sensitive skin. Perfectly cleanses and tightens the skin, improves blood circulation and reduces irritation, helps to even out the complexion. Red clay is most commonly used in case of rosacea to protect against capillary rupture. With systematic use, the skin becomes visibly healthier, the symptoms of acne become less visible, and the skin becomes smoother. Regular use can also cause the effect of gently tanned skin.

Recommended not only for facial but also for deep body scrub. After using a mask made of red clay, the skin absorbs nutrients from the oil much better.

Beauty recipes with red clay

Face and body masks
Mix 3 teaspoons of clay and 3 teaspoons of water until a fairly dense paste is obtained. Apply on skin and leave for 10-15 minutes. Do not allow to dry completely. Then rinse with warm water.

Instead of water, you can use hydrolate or enrich with 4-7 drops of carrier or 1-2 drops of essential oil to make a mask. For mature and dry skin, it is advisable to mix clay with a few drops of argan, damask rose or rosehip oil, and for acne-contaminated skin with black cumin oil.

Pour half a cup of clay into a warm water bath. Immerse the body in the bath for about 20 minutes. When finished, wash the clay off the body under running water.

Hair mask
Mix the clay with water until a solid paste is obtained. Apply the paste on the hair and scalp and massage well for a few minutes. Then rinse your hair with water. These treatments cleanse the scalp and strengthen the hair.

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